Hi everyone! Love the challenge this week! Makes me think of the east coast and their lovely lighthouses!
My evidence includes:
1. Wood/Woodgrain - chipboard fence
2. Liquid medium - spray mist
3. Clouds - in my photo
4. White background
5. Triangles - I created a visual triangle with my 3 clusters of die cuts
And for my testimony, I wrote about three facts of Utah (Salt Lake City).
Utah Fun Facts
· Scenes of Aspen Grove and Sundance (Robert Redford's resort) were shot for Redford's film “A River Runs Through It” using the Heber Valley Railroad's Number 75 steam engine.
· Vernal, Utah has an interesting claim to fame: The Bank of Vernal, built in 1919, is the world's only bank constructed from bricks sent by post. When Vernal bricklayers shopped around, they found out that shipping bricks via the U.S. Postal System was far cheaper than transporting them from Salt Lake City.
· Several northern Utah towns have outdated (and rather strange) laws still on the books. For instance, it is illegal to enter a Kaysville convenience store after dark without identification; women may not swear in Logan; throwing a snowball in Provo will incur a $50 fine; and in Salt Lake City, it is illegal to walk down the street carrying a violin concealed in a paper bag.
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Thanks for stopping by! Have a wonderful week!